Stephen Cobb, security evangelist at ESET
Most recent articles by Stephen Cobb, security evangelist at ESET
Information security experts often talk about the costs of cybercrime to businesses, but a new report from Russia quantifies how much criminals make in the “cybercrime market.”
Bringing together two separate pieces of security research reveals vulnerability to cybercrime on an alarming scale.
Who is behind the production, distribution and exploitation of malicious software today? Knowing the answer is a vital tool in the fight against cyber crime.
More cyber crime rings will be broken up in 2012, but the risk/reward ratio for cyber crime will remain criminal friendly.
The aftermath of a cyber crime takedown poses new challenges to law enforcement, like what to do about the victims’ systems and data
The fight against industrial-scale cybercrime requires cooperation across boundaries, as the latest FBI bust demonstrates.
Phishing is all grown up and operated on a large-scale by well-funded cybercriminals who use botnets to harvest personal data and sell it on the black market.
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